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The Gog and Magog, Plymouth

incredibly unclean, from floors to glasses, rude staff, bad food. other people mentioned how bad the draught ale was - it was ok for £2

5 Feb 2013 04:14

The Distillery, Plymouth

don't think they have quiz machines here any more. bit of a different scene, international standard cocktail bar. very tastey. attached restaurant The Barbican Kitchen is also perfectly acceptable!

5 Feb 2013 04:09

The Bell House Hotel, Sutton Benger

Once a 5 star country hotel, but last time I checked out their lodging bathrooms, they were avocado in hue. Frequently changes hands, since I left in 2008 to my knowledge it has changed hands 4 times, possibly a 5th in the last 6 months. excellent garden, despite being on a reasonably main road. the view to the north is a beautiful church, containing and excellent example of a hand carved pagan Green Man, and a gutter down-pipe shaped like a cow. Just south of the hotel/pub/restaurant is the village hall and recreation grounds, home to the usual small British village antics such as cricket, rugby or football (seasonally)
To my knowledge the hotel has a "conference room", of sorts, probably with a capacity of no more than 40 heads, but with it being so close to the villages own amenities, including another excellent (certainly more regular) restaurant The Vintage (also called La Flambe - or locally known as The La Flambe, The Flames, Le Flames or Le Vintage) and a proper British pub, serving grub that what you might expect from rural Wiltshire. Don't let the locals dissuade you, their vision is based on movement, so just sit tight and let the whole situation unravel in front of you.

5 Feb 2013 03:45

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